Ghanaian Songstress MzVee has narrated how she grew up in a poor home and the struggle her parents had to go through for their daily bread.
Speaking in an interview on Mcbrown’s kitchen hosted by Nana Ama Mcbrown, MzVee disclosed that the six of them used to sleep in a tiny room together and they could barely take care of themselves.
She added that her mother decided to start cooking rice to sell and due to the high patronage she increased it and now runs three restaurants which is booming.
She also spoke about how her father started from nothing and now owns 21 spare parts shops at Abossey Okai in Accra.
MzVee finally revealed that she is working hard with her new management team to bring forth her lastest album dubbed “Invincible” in November.
Watch full interview below;